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This is a fully functional 30 day trial of the standard version of LoggerNet.
Current LoggerNet users: It is recommended that you install the trial on a computer other than the one running your existing LoggerNet. If that is not practical, we strongly recommend you back up the LoggerNet working directory to prevent backward compatibility issues if you revert to a previous version. To revert you must re-install LoggerNet using the original disk and software key.
Note: This application requires the Microsoft .Net 3.5 Framework. If it is not already installed on your computer, it can be obtained from the Microsoft Download Center.
What’s new in LoggerNet 4.2?
- LoggerNet now supports IPv6 addresses. IPv6 addresses are written as eight two-byte address blocks separated by colons and surrounded by brackets (e.g., [2620:24:8080:8600:85a1:fcf2:2172:11bf]). Prior to LoggerNet 4.2, only IPv4 addresses were supported. IPv4 addresses are written in dotted decimal notation (e.g., 192.168.11.197). Leading zeroes are stripped for both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses.
- Note: Although LoggerNet now supports IPv6 addresses that can be used to specify servers, CR1000, CR3000, and CR800-series dataloggers will not support IPv6 until a future OS release. Check the OS Revision History to determine when IPv6 support is added to the OS.
- LoggerNet now supports display and input of Unicode characters and strings in many areas of the product. Unicode is a universal system for encoding characters. It allows LoggerNet to display characters in the same way across multiple languages and countries. To support Unicode, an Insert Symbol dialog box has been added to the CRBasic Editor. This allows the insertion of Unicode symbols into a CRBasic program for use in Strings and Units declarations.
- Defaults can be set up for the Setup Screen’s Schedule, Data Files, Clock, and File Retrieval tabs that will be used when new stations are added to the network. There is also the ability to copy these defaults to existing stations.
- The ability to use 24:00 (rather than the default of 00:00) for the timestamp at midnight has been added. (This is accessed from the button next to the Output Format field on the datalogger’s Data Files tab in the Setup Screen. It is also available in the Connect Screen’s Custom Collection options.)
- PakBus Encryption is now supported for communication between LoggerNet and CR1000, CR3000, and CR800-series dataloggers. A PakBus encryption key must be entered in both the datalogger’s device settings and LoggerNet’s Setup Screen. AES-128 encryption is used.
- Note: The datalogger must be running OS 26 or later for PakBus Encryption to be used.
- Two new root devices (SerialPortPool and TerminalServerPool) have been added to allow for modem pooling. Pooled devices may be useful in cases where LoggerNet is used to call, by phone, multiple remote dataloggers, and more than one modem and phone line is available to make the connections.
- A datalogger’s Settings Editor can now be accessed from the Connect Screen either by right-clicking the datalogger or from the Datalogger menu. The datalogger’s clock can be manually set from the Connect Screen either by double-clicking in the Station Date/Time field or from the Datalogger menu. Boolean values displayed in the Connect Screen’s Numeric Display now have an LED icon next to them to allow for easy toggling.
- Additional statistics can now be viewed in the Status Monitor for table-based dataloggers, including watchdog errors, skipped scans, and battery errors.
- Note: The Poll for Statistics checkbox on the datalogger’s Schedule tab in the Setup Screen must be selected to poll for these statistics.
- The Task Master has been integrated into the LoggerNet server. This allows for remote administration of the Task Master. (See Select Server in the Task Master Help for conditions that must be met for remote administration of the Task Master.)
- Note: Integrating the Task Master into the server involved extensive changes. When upgrading to LoggerNet 4.2 from a previous version, an attempt will be made to import all previously configured tasks. However, imports have only been tested back to LoggerNet 3.4.1. After upgrading from any previous version of LoggerNet, verify that all of the tasks have imported correctly.
- Calendar-based scheduling has been added to the Task Master. This allows for non-interval task execution (including data collection). See Example #3 in the Task Master Help for an example of calendar-based data collection.
- A Constant Customization feature has been added to the CRBasic Editor. This allows the definition of values for one or more constants in a program prior to performing a conditional compile. The constants can be set up with an edit box, a spin box field for selecting or entering a value, or a list box. A step increase or decrease can be defined for the spin box, as well as maximum and minimum values.
- The CRBasic Editor now offers a Save and Open Display Settings feature. Display settings affect the look and feel of the CRBasic Editor. This includes font and background, as well as syntax highlighting.
- View Pro has a new View Record option in the right-click menu that can be used to view an entire record in a new window.
What's new in LoggerNet 4.1?
- One of the main efforts in the development of LoggerNet 4.1 has been the ability to use LNDB databases with View Pro. The ability to lock the timestamp column on the left of the data file has also been added to View Pro. This keeps the timestamp visible as you scroll through columns of data.
- The Device Configuration Utility has a new off-line mode which allows you to look at the settings for a certain device type without actually being connected to a device.
- The CRBasic Editor now has the capability to open a read-only copy of any file. This gives you the ability to open multiple copies of a program and examine multiple areas of a very large program at the same time. You can also now continue an instruction onto multiple lines by placing the line continuation indicator (a single space followed by an underscore “_”) at the end of the each line that is to be continued. Also, bookmarks in a CRBasic program are now persistent from session to session.
- In the Troubleshooter and the Setup Screen (Standard View), you can now click on a potential problem to bring up a menu that allows you to go the Setup Screen or Status Monitor to fix the potential problem, bring up help describing the problem, or in some cases fix the problem directly.
- Campbell Scientific’s new wireless sensors have been added to the Network Planner.
- You can now view statistics (average, minimum, maximum, and number of data points) for each data value being displayed in a Connect Screen graph. All of the Connect Screen’s displays (table monitor, numeric displays, and graphs) can now show the units that have been assigned to the data values.
- Split has a new “Time Sync to First Record” option that can be used with the time-sync function to avoid blank lines at the start of the output file. Also, a range of time values rather than a single time can now be entered in a Split Copy Condition.
- CardConvert can now be run from a command line without user interaction.
- An option to provide feedback on LoggerNet has been added to the LoggerNet Toolbar’s Help menu.
- Miscellaneous other changes and bug fixes have also been implemented in this version.
Note: Beginning with this version of LoggerNet, Windows 2000 is no longer supported.